CLEVELAND, Ohio — As Clevelanders have stayed home during the pandemic, they’ve been thinking more about their living space.
Some have seen the need for a home office. Others have wanted to update their kitchens and bathrooms, and some have even had complete first-floor renovations. Basements have been refurbished, too.
“They’ve realized that their house doesn’t fit their needs anymore because if they’re going to stay at home and work from home, they realized they need different spaces,” said Mike Kandra, president of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cleveland. “Or they just got tired of looking at their house